Well, well. Now that is what is called progress. The exercise program was started not ten days ago. After just four or five days, the exercise participant, a hugely overweight man who also harbored very bad eating habits, smoked a lot, but fortunately; did not drink a lot, was, in accordance with his poor habits and condition, still stressing a lot. He wanted to know already when his fitness training norman program was going to show results.
He had to be patient. And yet once his fitness instructor began to read him his results it all started to shine through. Progress was being made, after all. He was losing weight. But why was he still struggling to catch his breath? Ah, yes. That is quite normal. You need to raise a sweat. If not, it is hardly exercise and with your cardiovascular rates hardly moving a muscle if you will, no fitness levels will be achieved.
The fact remains is that any exercise regime embarked upon is going to require some work. The famous remark says it like this. Blood, sweat, tears and toil, words to that effect. Of course, it does not need to be taken literally, but you do get the point. Having a fitness coach standing by you is a good idea. Because while you are attempting all the hard routines it only feels that way in the beginning you might be tempted to give it all up.
But not while your fitness coach is hovering around you. The old saying goes that it takes cruelty to be kind. The man is doing you a huge favor. But rest assured, this only seems daunting on paper. In reality it’s not at all bad and you’ll end up enjoying it after all.